Together we are shaping the future of business
The Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources offers internationally recognised degrees in employment relations and human resources. With a focus on developing people management skills such as communication, planning, teamwork, strategy and self-development.
Our high-impact research, innovative approach and strong partnerships with industry will ensure you graduate with a highly relevant degree that is valued by employers. This enables you to contribute effectively in your chosen field and meet challenges facing both the domestic and the global business environment.
Griffith Business School is an accredited member of AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
AACSB Accreditation is known, worldwide, as the longest standing, most recognised form of professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn.
Globally responsible leaders
The School is an active partner in the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, a signatory to the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education and the UN Global Compact. This engagement demonstrates the School's strong commitment to sustainable enterprise development and corporate responsibility.
Research is central to the mission of the Department. Our research is broad covering psychologists, sociologists, industrial relations specialists, historians and lawyers. We consider ourselves a research led department with our work informing teaching practice, curriculum and industry trends.
Industry partners and professionals play an important part in developing our programs, research and ensuring Griffith graduates meet the demands of employers, today and in the future. When we enter into a partnership we strive for a mutually beneficial and professional partnership.
Griffith Business School and the Department offers many opportunities for students to get involved with our community, build professional and social networks, and enhance their business skills. We also offer a wide range of scholarships, prizes and awards to assist with the costs of study and living expenses.
OUR REMARKABLE ALUMNI
Ms Amanda Spencer is an ERHR graduate who is now Qld Recruitment Manager for Star Entertainment Group.
In Amanda's role as Qld Recruitment Manager she has assisted in developing a partnership which sees representatives The Star visit Griffith Business School to recruit promising students both during and after their studies. A recent event has resulted in 54 eager students successfully gaining employment with the renowned hospitality and tourism brand.
“We see the partnership as helping the community, helping young people get their first job, or get their foot in the door,” she says. “It’s an opportunity for students to gain paid employment while they’re studying and I think that’s super crucial in this industry.”
MBA Information Evening and Mini-Masterclass
29 Jan 2020 6 pm – 29 Jan 2020 7.30 pm
Hear about the Griffith MBA and experience a mini-masterclass.
Law Futures Centre Forum: Can we fix it? A Right to Repair for Australia?
05 Feb 2020 5 pm – 05 Feb 2020 7.30 pm
Professor Leanne Wiseman, Grififth Law School and Dr Kanchana Kariyawasam, Griffith Business School are organising a Panel of Experts to speak about...
2020 Careers in Commerce Experience Day
14 May 2020 9 am – 14 May 2020 2 pm
Year 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to attend the annual Griffith Business School Careers in Commerce Experience Day. Students will gain insight...
2020 GriffithBUSINESS Responsible Leaders of the Future Conference
25 May 2020 9 am – 25 May 2020 5 pm
Students will be work together with a diverse and talented cohort to explore how they can disrupt traditional models in order to contribute to a...
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Why postmodernism is more than mere ‘cultural Marxism’
29 Jan 2019
Griffith’s Professor Bradley Bowden takes a critical and historical look at the widely...